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8 Simple ways to use Hydrogen Peroxide in the garden

8 Simple ways to use Hydrogen Peroxide in the garden Written by: Sarita Parashar                              Date: 13/09/2017 All of us are familiar with some form of hydrogen peroxide, it comes in the form of medicines everywhere. In homes, it is used as a disinfectant and bleaching agents but does you know dilute hydrogen peroxide is used in the garden. It is …

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Use tea bags and make your gardens healthy | Tea Bags in the Garden

Use Tea Bags and boost your gardens | Tea Bags in the Garden Written by: Sneha                                    Date: 10/09/2017 We all start the morning with your tea every day and throw the tea bags we use. Do you know the tea bags that you …

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How to use Biochar in the garden | Improve your garden soil

How to use Biochar in the garden | Improve your garden soil Written by: Ramchandra Bhatia                        Date: 03/09/2017 Biochar is a unique way to fertilize plants. It improves soil, helps in increasing the production by reducing the need of water and fertilizer. Biochar enhances its production capacity by amending the soil. It helps in climate change by removing harmful carbon …

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10 ways you prevent the Plant Diseases | Create a healthy environment

10 ways you prevent the Plant Diseases | Create a healthy environment Written By: Chitadeep Ashok                                                               Date: 29/08/2017 When our garden is flourishing, we are very happy to see it, …

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10 Vegetables can be Re grow again | Food Scraps Growing

Vegetables can be Re grow again The recycling process is great,  especially those times when you can avoid throwing Vegetable kitchen scraps. Do you know these vegetables can be re grow again? There are a few plants that we’re telling you, these plants can be Magically Re grow, they will not need to buy again. Today we all want it …

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7 Steps to Get Rid of Blossom end rot of Tomatoes | How to stop Blossom end rot

Blossom end rot

Blossom end rot of Tomatoes Blossom end rot is a destructive disease mainly seen in tomato and pepper, it is also destructive. This is a perennial problem, it sometimes also damages crops like watermelon, eggplants, cucumber, and squash. learn  Reasons for blossom end rot,  How to stop Blossom end rot,  Pre-control for tomato blossom end rot in this article. Blossom …

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6 Stunning effects of Milk in the garden as a fertilizer

6 Stunning effects of Milk in the garden as a fertilizer Written by: Ramchandra Bhatia                      Date: 09.08.2017 You and we all use milk in different ways in your house, but you have ever wondered how effective milk is for the garden. We have read the use of cinnamon, fruits and vegetable peels, Epsom salts, vinegar used in the garden. Many …

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How to get rid of Ants in your Garden I Using 7 natural ways

How to get rid of Ants in your Garden | Using 7 natural ways. Written by: Sneha                                Date:30.07.2017 When the ants are attacked in the container or the houseplants, we all become disturbed by how to get rid of them. By the way, if you see, the ants actually do not invade your plants, but targets attacking pest-them like …

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How to use Wood Ash in the garden: Nature Bring

How to use Wood Ash in the garden: Nature Bring Written by: Sarita parashar                                               Date: 09.07.2017  About wood ash: The compost should be made in any way, it is an essential aspect of the health of the plant, it is a plant’s food which causes the plant to grow and flourish. The compost can be of any kind, …

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9 ways to make use of Banana Peels in the Garden | Nature Bring

Banana Peel All of us throw the peel after saying all the banana peels, but do you know how useful is the banana peel for the garden? Do you know that potassium, phosphorus, and calcium are found in very large amounts in the banana peel? Banana is used in almost every house and we put the peel in the dustbin. If …

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